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It’s hurricane season again, that time from June through November when hurricanes form in the Atlantic and often wreak havoc on the American and Caribbean coastline. As dreadful as these natural phenonmena are, they make wonderful science topics for real-life studies. Even if you are far from the ocean, the news brings these stories into your home in a […]See more
Here are some notebooking pages that you can use with a Shakespeare or poetry study. One page has numbered lines to copy a sonnet. You will probably find the lines too short for writing the entire sonnet. Actually, I designed the page for copying the last few words of each line to focus on the […]See more
Today’s post includes a two for one. You get two printable PDFs suitable for notebooking any topic. One is portrait and the other is landscape. But the design is similar—lines and squares. The layout is so simple that it’s almost a graphic organizer. Fill up the squares with images, headings, quotations, factoids, drawings. My […]See more
These free printable notebooking pages are suitable for writing about any person in your history studies. Actually, these pages will work for any person at all, famous or not. Your child could even use these for “About Me” notebooking pages or to record an interview. In language arts, these biography pages could be used […]See more